JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Hundreds of cats found in deplorable conditions are ready for you to take them home.
"They really have come such a long way," said Allison Cardona with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
It was the largest cat rescue the ASPCA has ever been a part of, but this weekend they hope it will become their biggest recovery.
"We can help you find a tabby cat, a calico cat, an orange cat. We have them all here," she said.
More than 250 cats confiscated from the Caboodle Ranch will be up for adoption at the old city shelter at 2580 W. First Street Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
"All of these cats are spayed or neutered. They've been vaccinated. They've all been micro-chipped," said Cardona.
636 cats were removed from the ranch five months ago. Since then they have been getting round the clock care under the rescue group's enrichment treatment program.
"They are just a great companion, and a wonderful addition to the family," said Cardona.
But this weekend rescue workers hope these survivors will finally find good homes.
"It's really a celebration of these cats," said Cardona.
Anyone planning on going to the adopt-a-thon needs to bring a photo I.D. with them.